Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that the EU should address Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation that are intended to cripple the free press. It also says that this should be complemented…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta tackles the migration issue saying that seeking safety is a human right. The Editor argues that Human rights don’t change based on whether you seek safety…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times tackles the issue of road fatalities, saying that over the past years too many obituaries of road fatality victims have been written. The road building spree and the…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta reflects on the story of Ronnie Gauci, the retired soldier from Għargħur, saying that the PA acts in a two weights, one measure manner. The Editorial…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues that it's time for a new social contract, insisting that our society must show that it will offer restitution to those who have carried the…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta reports that Deborah Schembri's new MDA role adds to the power of the developers' lobby. The Independent says that there should be a balanced approach to working…
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Maltese Editors Perspective

Maltese Editors Perspective

The Times of Malta reflects the terrible tragedy of Gunner Matthew Psaila. While the independent inquiry had concluded that no individual could be blamed, attributing it to “misadventure”, the Editor…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta focuses on climate change, calling for more ambitious targets nothing that the current targets envisaged are nowhere close to what is required to take life on…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that Prime Minister Robert Abela needs to take action over reports that Adreana Zammit, a fresh graduate and daughter of Transport Minister Ian Borg’s former chief…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta says painful decisions are needed by the Environment Minister, including the removal of Prof Victor Axiak as ERA Chairman. The editor argues that an environment minister…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta notes recent changes at the FIAU, saying that enacting good legislation is a crucial first step in proving Malta’s commitment to the rule of law. But…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta reacts to the latest restructuring plan submitted by Air Malta which is seeking to convince the EU competition regulators that it has a viable future if…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that oversight of non-profit organisations can only be effective if it is inspired by a cooperative undertaking between the government regulator, the non-profit community, people who…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times discusses Malta's role in helping Libya continue on its path to stability, a development from which Malta seeks to benefit if this brings ontrol of migration to Europe.…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that Labour must denounce its demons if it is to rehabilitate itself The Independent says that we must remain responsible during the pandemic L-Orizzont says that…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that new calls for the Egrant inquiry to be revisited are justified given recent information that has surfaced. The Independent says that both parties are facing…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues that the easing of restrictions seemed to convey a full alignment of goals between the prime minister and his health experts. The message was one…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that farmers are being short-changed by the structure of the local wholesale market The Independent says that the government is pandering to the hunting lobby when…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta says that the painstaking work of the police financial crime unit is paying dividends and all eyes are now on it to continue delivering. It, therefore,…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta demands answers by the Prime Ministers following recent graft revelations, insisting that the people of this country have a right to know. The Editor says that…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that clean air should be central to the health policy of any Maltese government. The harbour project providing shore-side electricity for cruise liners and roll-on roll-off…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that, rather than stop member states from selling passports, the EU can pursue them with money laundering legislation and make life difficult for the dodgier newcomers.…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues that Government has moved beyond corruption to state capture, where the state has lost its social autonomy and cannot function in a way that serves…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that institutionalist racism is not just damaging Malta institutionally and internationally, it is sowing the seeds of a very bitter future harvest. The Malta Independent says…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta shares a message to its readers following the news that two of Allied Newspapers’ former managing directors are facing serious charges in court. The Editor reminds…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta expresses its concern on the gradual conversion of Malta’s rural villages and surrounding agricultural land into small towns that expand without limit until they reach and…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that a new bill, which has been harshly criticised by the Chamber of Advocates, risks undermining the constitution In light of the murder of Sarah Everard…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that political over-confidence has cost us lives and we must exercise caution in the face of growing Covid-19 numbers The Independent says time will tell whether…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta reacts to news that speaker Anglu Farrugia said an investigation into why journalists were locked up in Castille in November should not be published. It says the…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that the government has finally taken positives steps in amending the unfairness of pre-1995 rental agreements and it would be to its credit if it achieves…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says Finance Minister Clyde Caruana gave a frank assessment in parliament of what the costs of supporting businesses and employment have been to taxpayers. It says we…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that the government should develop viable solutions to ensure that vulnerable consumers are compensated for the increase in costs brought about by the fast-evolving trend of…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that Italian politician Mario Draghi deserves the support of all EU politicians in order to make it a success. MaltaToday says that there are legitimate concerns with…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues that the prostitution reform law being proposed by the government risks leading to the protection of pimps, traffickers and men while doing little to reduce…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that herdsmen and milk producers must find common ground to protect the traditional Maltese cheeselet, or ġbejna The Independent says that we need to understand why…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says US Republican politicians need to stand up and be counted against Donald Trump The Independent says that four percent of all Maltese people have now had…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues for a thorough reform of Parliament, arguing that the move to a full-time parliament and the complete abolition of any business or commercial interests for…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times tackles the issue of delayed justice, arguing that increasing complement of judges and magistrates is only part of the solution. The editor however says that a number of…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta says that the time of reckoning for former PM Joseph Muscat has arrived, as his relationship with Yorgen Fenech becomes more exposed. The Editor argues that…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta takes the justice system to task for allowing former Minister Konrad Mizzi to avoid answering any sort of question on Court. The Editor argues that such…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta recommends  the setting up of a bipartisan task force, which would include representatives of both landlords’ and tenants’ interests, to propose legal solutions to the property rights…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta discusses the recent legal development prohibiting transactions exceeding 10,000 euro to be carried out in cash, which is intended to tackle the challenge of money laundering.…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that if rich countries hoover up doses, poorer countries will suffer unjustly MaltaToday says liberal democracy itself is based on the notion of no taxation without…
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Maltese Editors Perspectives

Maltese Editors Perspectives

The Times of Malta's Editorial discusses high standards in public life, arguing that the standards commissioner must put the people, not politicians, first. The Editor argues that the Commission must…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Times of Malta says that the government needs to upgrade its investment in human capital by ensuring that our educational system improves the employability of young people. The Independent says…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta argues that conditions at Mount Carmel are shameful and should not be tolerated in a society that professes to be civilised. The stories that keep emerging,…
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Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

Maltese Editors’ Perspectives

The Times of Malta delivers a scathing assessment of Infrastructure Minister Ian Borg, saying that a court indictment on the credibility of the evidence he presented in the same court,…
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